Recent CDC guidance indicates counties with substantial or high transmission rates are, once again, requiring the wearing of face coverings. Beginning Tuesday, August 10, face coverings are required for all persons in indoor public spaces at Northland.
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The cost to attend Northland is based upon the tuition rates in effect at the time a student takes a desired course, plus any associated fees.
Effective June 24, 2019, Northland no longer charges an application fee.
|Student Life Fee
Set by the Campus Student Life Committee to fund student activities, clubs, organizations and athletics.
|$6.60 / credit
Max of $112.50 / semester
|State Student Association Fee
This fee is determined by the statewide Minnesota State Colleges Student Association (MSCSA) and is used to fund activities of the Association.
|$0.35 / credit|
For the acquisition, upgrading and/or maintenance of technology for academic and student support activities that provide or enhance student access to technology.
|$10.60 / credit|
The revenue from this fee is used for parking lot construction, maintenance and improvements. The current charge is $3.00 per credit with a maximum charge of $45.00 per semester (up to a max. of $30.00 for summer session.)
|$3.00 / credit|
|Senior Citizen Fee
Fee charged to Minnesota residents 62 years of age or older or a person receiving a railroad retirement annuity who has reached 60 years of age in lieu of tuition.
|$20.00 / credit|
|Payment Plan Fee
For students who have not paid in full, or have not established a payment plan by the 25th business day of the term, shall be placed on a mandatory payment plan through Northland and be assessed the approved payment plan fee in order to not be administratively withdrawn from the college.
|$30.00 / semester|
A late fee will be charged to all accounts of $30 or more that are outstanding. Late fees will be applied on November 1 for fall semester and April 1 for spring semester, or the first business day following the identified semester date, unless evidence has been provided that funding is being provided by another agency.
|FACTS Payment Plan Enrollment Fee (Third Party)||$25.00 / semester|
Personal property and service charges shall be for items that become the personal property of a student and have an educational or personal value beyond the classroom or for services for or on behalf of the students.
Cost of private music lessons (in addition to tuition and fees). This charge covers the cost of a half-hour lesson over 16 weeks.
|$200.00 / credit|
|Official Transcript Charge||$8.25 / transcript|
|Test-Out (Credit by Exam)
Charged to students who wish to test-out of a class.
|$25.00 / lecture credit
$50.00 / lab credit
|Replacement ID Card or Badge
Cost for replacement of student identification card or badge.
|$20.00 / card or badge|
|Replacement Diploma||$20.00 / diploma|
|Books & Supplies
The estimated cost of books and supplies is $1,000 for the year. The cost may vary depending upon the student’s area of study.
|Room & Board
When building the Financial Aid budget, college officials estimated cost of room and board to be $500 per month.
|$500.00 / month estimate|
|Criminal Justice Clothing - CRJU 2209||$140.00|
|Nursing Assistant Skills Charge - HLTH 1110||$10.00|
|Fire Technology Clothing - FIRE 1110||$65.00|
|Paramedicine Clothing - EMPT 1240||$93.00|
|ATI Fees - PNSG 1250 and NURS 2110||$925.00|
|PAET Exam Fee - PTAS 2160||$79.00|
|AOTA Membership Fee - OTAC 1145 and OTAC 2145||$75.00|
|FISDAP Fee - EMPT 1235||$215.00|
|Dosimeters - RADT 1119||$50.00|
|Trajecsys Fee - RADT 1119||$150.00|
|Trajecsys Fee - RESP 1126||$150.00|
|Trap Shooting Tuition||$300.00|